Never Leave Your Landings to Chance
Recent studies show that even with modern technological advances in aviation, the chances of being delayed are about one in every 8 flights.
What if you could reduce those odds of being delayed even just a little more?
With Vū Systems, our passive millimeter wave (PMMW) sensor makes landing an airplane an even more exact science by cutting through natural obstacles like clouds and mist, or manmade ones, like smog and smoke. Without those barriers, pilots can navigate and land with the knowledge that their passengers will be on time and that airline schedules and capacity will continue to operate smoothly.
With the development of head-up displays (HUDs) and precise infrared imaging, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has taken the initiative to explore new processes for aircraft already equipped with state-of-the-art EFVS. After deliberating for some time on the merits of allowing its use, the administration drafted rules dictating allowances for pilots to utilize these advanced camera systems instead of relying on natural vision in certain circumstances, including take-off and landing.
As the aviation field continues to deliberate and readjust the expectations it has for pilots on commercial flights, Vū has introduced its state-of-the-art PMMW technology, Vū Cube, to ensure that airlines and business jet operators are able to provide their customers with a 100% solution to low visibility delays.
As our technology adapts, we want to hear from you, as pilots and aircraft owners, about your requirements and how Vū Systems can help you.